Re: How leafnode can help your usenet experience
From: Qalas De Fetcha De Hoy (sooper_poop_at_nobody.noo)
Date: Mon, 04 Oct 2004 16:09:53 -0400
On Mon, 04 Oct 2004 16:02:35 -0400, Qalas De Fetcha De Hoy wrote:
> On Mon, 04 Oct 2004 21:50:34 +0200, Johannes Bauer wrote:
>> Qalas De Fetcha De Hoy wrote:
>>> So how does leafnode do it?
>> RTFM? You should have a look into leafnode version 2.
> Run even MORE BETA software on my Linux system?
> No thanks.
> Why is it that there are so many beta level (really alpha) in the Linux
Sorry again, it appears this is a "work in progress" version.
This dude took ownership in 2002?
WTF has he been doing for 2+ years?
The guy must be coding in machine language.
"Leafnode-2 work-in-progress versions"
This is the home page of leafnode-2, which is currently under development. It branched off Cornelius Krasel's leafnode 2.0b8, and I took over maintainership in early 2002.
This intermediate result is not solely my achievement, Stefan Wiens and
Jörg Dietrich helped a lot contributing code, Ralf Wildenhues and Raymond
Scholz sent a lot of bug fixes, many people helped with suggestions and
bug reports. Also, we'd need to credit the SPLint team for their SPLint
(formerly known as LCLint) tool.
Trust my data to Linux?
I don't think so.